Pulte Plans Del Webb 55+ Community in Noblesville, IN

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Pulte, one of the nation’s largest home builders, is planning a new residential project in Noblesville, Indiana. The developer has filed plans with the city to construct over 1,500 homes in vacant land in Finch Creek Park. Pulte has outlined a 460-acre area in Finch Creek Park where they plan to construct homes with a variety of floor plans. This community is not official and needs approval from the city.

In documents obtained by Indianapolis Business Journal, Pulte detailed its plan for the development. The project is tentatively titled Parkside at Finch Creek. The community would be highlighted by an age-restricted, active adult community by Del Webb.

Del Webb, a part of Pulte Homes, plans to construct 650 homes with floor plans ranging from 1,100 square feet to 2,500 square feet. The active adult area of the community would include a 4.6-acre community center complete with a tennis court, bocce court, pickleball court, and pool.

Parkside at Finch Creek would also include several other housing options in addition to the age-restricted portion. The plans include attached and detached single family homes, 300 market-rate apartments, and a retail area. Approximately 350 single family homes are planned for the north end of the development. These homes would feature two of Pulte’s signature styles, The Landings and The Crossings, which would range in size from 1,600 square feet to 3,300 square feet.

The project also has plans for senior living. 150 senior apartments or assisted-living units are in the plans. The senior living portion would be located near the retail area.

125 sites will be reserved for specialty housing as an alternative to the traditional single-family homes. Potential buyers could choose from two styles offered by Pulte. Encore is a series of attached homes while the Cornerstone series features detached homes. These homes would range in size from 1,900 square feet to 2,400 square feet.

The plans have been submitted to the city and will be presented to the Noblesville Plan Commission on Monday, October 15. If approved, the community could become one of the biggest planned communities in Indiana, as well as a popular option for active adults in the Indianapolis area.

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